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The race heads to Finland for the first time
- The 8th edition of the Arctic Race of Norway is scheduled for 6–9 August.
- The northernmost race in the world is set to make its first foray into foreign lands, with a stage finish in Kilpisjärvi (Finland) on the second day of racing.
- The route sets the stage for sprinters to shine in the first two stages. The general classification will be settled over...
Next generation Arctic racers: An important experience
The seventh edition of the Equinor’s Heroes of Tomorrow race went down at 15th August this year, the same day as the final stage of Arctic Race of Norway in Narvik. The purpose is to give young riders the feeling of competing in a professional race.
This year’s winners were the British rider Anna Shackley and Norwegian rider Dennis Gråsvold.
The Arctic Race of Norway created a large increase in the number of requests to become foster families.
The partnership between Arctic Race of Norway and Bufetat (The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs) Region North successfully highlighted the need for foster homes.
Bufetat, Region North, has an average of 7.4 inquiries per week of becoming a foster home. During the week of the event and the following week, Region North had a total of 37...
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